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Lastly it's her other two brother and sister: the blue one is the oldest brother in the clutch. The green opaline is the youngest sister in the clutch. The characteristic of clearflight can be observed clearly on the brother.
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Ok so I still say the bird in question is a light marked Rec pied.Even more so now.If the hen is clear flight(blue youngster proves that) and the father is split Opaline and Rec pied than it makes sense the youngster was an almost perfect DEC and if it molts out those two feathers than there you have it.I have a clear flight hen and a crested split Rec pied and Opaline and this is exactly my aim is to breed a crested DEC...again just my guess.
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Ok so I still say the bird in question is a light marked Rec pied.Even more so now.If the hen is clear flight(blue youngster proves that) and the father is split Opaline and Rec pied than it makes sense the youngster was an almost perfect DEC and if it molts out those two feathers than there you have it.I have a clear flight hen and a crested split Rec pied and Opaline and this is exactly my aim is to breed a crested DEC...again just my guess.
Thanks so much! And hope you will get the crested DEC.
In fact I would more prefer that she keeps the blue and it makes her look more like a small white cloud in the sky.
I may post another thread recently for the opaline and clearflight youngster to judge if she is a saturated greywing or yellow face or some special opaline. As an opaline she is not black and green on the wing but black and yellow?! And I remember when I looked into the nest when she is 18 days old, the outline of her wing feather is in fact blue!! And she is light green on the back and belly and the head stripe looks like a grey wing. Anyway I am waiting for her to get full feathered to take a nice photo from her. The two parent birds I have really give me babies with interesting outlooks.
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